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When It’s Right to Do “Nothing” for Your Portfolio
One of the biggest tests for investors — and, for savvy investors, one of the biggest opportunities — is how they behave when the market gets rocky. There are essentially two things every investor can do when the market suffers a... Full Story The post When It’s Right to Do “Nothing” for Your Portfolio appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How To Slash Your Grocery Bill And Still Eat Like A Foodie
How much does your family spend on food? If you’re like most, food is one of your top three expenses (the other two being housing and transportation). While it’s an essential expense for sure, but when digging around those receipts,... Full Story The post How To Slash Your Grocery Bill And Still Eat Like A Foodie appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How to Save on Your Next TV Purchase
If you’re in the market for a TV upgrade, retail price tags can be daunting. Here are some foolproof methods to shave down the cost - so you can enjoy the golden age of television in 4K, 65-inch, HDR-compatible splendor. Full Story The post How to Save on Your Next TV Purchase appeared first on MintLife Blog.

What is a Stipend: Everything You Need to Know
Has an organization or university offered you an opportunity with a stipend? Whether it’s an internship or apprenticeship, a stipend is a set amount of money that helps offset living expenses. This fixed amount is financial support provided while you’re... Full Story The post What is a Stipend: Everything You Need to Know appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How to Make More Money During Football Season
Not much of a football fan? Don’t know what all the cheesehead hat-wearing and face paint-smearing is all about? Skip hanging out at the local sports bar or sitting in the stands at a game, and put on your entrepreneurial... Full Story The post How to Make More Money During Football Season appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How Much Money Should You Keep in Your Checking Account?
Your checking account is held at a bank or credit union that allows withdrawals, deposits, and payments. The money in a checking account is liquid—meaning you can retrieve it or spend it immediately.  Many checking accounts are free and are... Full Story The post How Much Money Should You Keep in Your Checking Account? appeared first on MintLife Blog.

Goal Setting: How to Become A Better Saver
Saving more money is one of those big goals that a lot of people have, but get stuck. I know this because we use to be right there too. The year would fly by and we were nowhere near our goal.... Full Story The post Goal Setting: How to Become A Better Saver appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How To Watch Football Without Cable
Cutting the cord is easier than ever – unless you’re a sports fan. Even as the major sports organizations reluctantly shift away from an outdated broadcasting model, it’s still hard to catch all the action without a cable subscription. But... Full Story The post How To Watch Football Without Cable appeared first on MintLife Blog.

17 Tactics and Skills to Increase Your Earning Potential
The job market is a competitive place, and companies are doing everything they can to attract top talent. Competitive benefits like work from home privileges, dog-friendly offices, and stocked beer fridges are just a few of the things that businesses... Full Story The post 17 Tactics and Skills to Increase Your Earning Potential appeared first on MintLife Blog.

How To Apply For Student Loans Without Your Parents
For some prospective college students, taking out student loans is a breeze. When you have a supportive parent there to explain the fine print and co-sign on the dotted line, all you really have to do is fill out some... Full Story The post How To Apply For Student Loans Without Your Parents appeared first on MintLife Blog.